Having the power to work remotely also means understanding that this model requires the adaptation of our routines and mindsets. These are some of the best practices we follow to succeed in our remote environment:
We say yes to asynchronous work:
Asynchronous communication is the art of reducing meetings and synchronous work, making it possible to get work done on a flexible schedule. Meetings are still useful many times, but questioning the meeting madness helps us be more flexible.
Document, document, document!:
Having strong documentation lets us work asynchronously and helps us avoid misunderstanding, toxic cycles of meetings, and repeating ourselves over and over.
We master written communication:
Both for documenting and for asynchronous chat/mail, we take written communication best practices very seriously.
We mind our health:
Working remotely can have an effect on your physical and mental health. That's why we offer different well-being benefits to pay attention to our body and listen to our emotions.